Disclaimer: This is about closing as duplicates only - not other types of closures.
When in the review queue for close votes, I sometimes find myself reviewing a question that has been voted for closure as a duplicate, where the title or body has some formatting & grammar issues that need fixing up.*
For example, there was this question. From the revision history, all I did was change the title from
GTA4 (Steam) on Ubuntu
Is it possible to run the Steam version of GTA 4 on Ubuntu?
I still think this question is a duplicate of this one, however after the edit, the review queue auto jumped to the next item in the queue - i.e. not giving me a chance to close the question.
Granted, I can visit my Profile page, click on 'Activity', see the recent Edit action, click to navigate to the question, and finally click 'Close', but that's a lot of clicks I have to take.
I could also remember to middle-click the title when reviewing to go directly to the question and edit/close from there, but that kinda shirks the whole review-queue idea.
So, I request that the auto-redirect after reviewing duplicate close votes be removed, and instead we have to click I'm Done like the other review queues.
* Duplicate questions aren't eventually removed like the other close reasons. They're considered helpful in terms of providing different ways of phrasing the same question, as well as links back to the original question and answers. So I edit them under the pretense that it might be the first thing visitors see. In other words, I prefer a patched up window to a broken one.